Thursday, January 14 2021
Presenters: Sherri Bloch, MSc, PhD student at University of Montreal and Eva Vitucci, BS, PhD Student at University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Please join us for a presentation of the ASCCT 2020 award winning posters!
The Ed Carney Predictive Toxicology Award recognizes the first author of an outstanding poster or platform presentation that will advance predictive toxicology, and is named after Dr. Ed Carney, a member and supporter of the ASCCT and a leader in the predictive toxicology field. The 2020 winner was Eva C.M. Vitucci from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill to for her presentation "Identifying the Molecular Mechanisms of Air Pollution-Induced Cardiovascular Disease".
The Ray Tice Tox21 Student Award is presented to recognize the best student presentation during the meeting and was established with a generous donation from Dr. Ray Tice, a leader in implementing and setting the stage for Toxicity Testing in the 21st Century. The 2020 winner was Ms. Sherri Bloch from Université de Montréal for her presentation "Using in Vitro Data to Derive Acceptable Exposure Levels: A Case Study on PBDE Developmental Neurotoxicity”.